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They need to know what kind of engine is in the car in order to buy the raditor but we can't find any markings and there is nothing in the manual.

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The 1990-1993 honda accord, (4th generation it was called) came out with a 2.2L 4 cylinder...if you need to know anything else, let me know

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Will be a 2.2Liter 131hp 4cyl. good luck. yz-maniac.

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